VOMITORY To Headline Holland's STONEHENGE FESTIVAL

Swedish death metallers VOMITORY will headline the Stonehenge festival in the Netherlands on July 29. This will probably be the band's only live appearance this summer.

VOMITORY are currently busy writing material for the follow-up to 2004's "Primal Massacre" and have reportedly completed "about one third/half" of the songs for the upcoming CD. Newcomer Peter Östlund (guitar) has contributed with two songs so far, one of which is said to be "in the typical VOMITORY vein" and the other "a bit heavier than the usual VOMITORY song." Tobias Gustafsson (drums) has written three songs so far but has four more in the works at the moment. Erik Rundqvist (bass and vocals) is solely focusing on writing the lyrics.

VOMITORY's fifth album, "Primal Massacre", was released in April 2004 through Metal Blade Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Blood Rapture" was recorded at Studio Kuling in Örebro, Sweden and was mixed at Berno Studio.

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